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LeBron James' 10-Year-Old Son is Already Getting College Scholarship Offers

LeBron James Jr. is already getting college scholarships the age of 10. King James isn’t too thrilled about the early offers...
Via Athlon Sports
February 26, 2015  |  Discuss

LeBron James says 10-year-old son already getting college offers

So it turns out LeBron James' 10-year-old son, LeBron James Jr. (aka Bronny), is an incredibly talented basketball player. Shocking, right? Not really. But what is shocking, is that the young hoops star is already receiving offers for college scholarships -- and dad isn't very pleased about it. "Yeah, he's already got some offers from colleges," James told the media during Cavaliers...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
February 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: LeBron James Jr. balls out—again

As if one video of LeBron James Jr. (or “Bronny”) dominating against others in tournament play wasn’t enough… Last time we caught up with the 10-year-old son of a four-time MVP, he was dazzling us with an array of dribble drives and mid-range jumpers. This time, Bronny’s hype video comes chock full of a player who is undoubtedly the best on the floor dizzying opponents...
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February 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Ten-year-old LeBron James Jr. is already very good at basketball

It'll be at least nine years before we see him on an NBA floor, but LeBron James Jr. looks like he already belongs there. James Jr., 10, played this weekend at the John Lucas All-Star Weekend tournament in New Orleans, and though we've seen it before, his performance was nothing less than impressive. The most eye-popping aspect of James Jr.'s game is his nearly psychic court vision...
Via Fox Sports
February 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Spring ’15 Two Deep?

Since we have less than four weeks until the PITT Spring Practices begin let’s start speculating on who we will see as starter and in the two deep for next season.  Obviously not etched in stone and pretty much off the top of my head.  We’ve been up and down with BB lately so here is a post with no emotion attached… OFFENSE 1st Team 2nd Team WR Boyd, Tyler – JR...
Via Pitt Blather
February 17, 2015  |  Discuss

LeBron James’ 10-Year-Old Son Already Dominating On Basketball Court (Video)

LeBron James is a pretty good basketball player, so one would think his son has some skills on the court as well. One would be correct. LeBron James Jr. is just 10 years old, but judging by a recent video, it appears he’s already living up to his famous father’s legacy. The young 4th-grader recently competed in a basketball tournament in Houston, Texas, and it’s clear that...
December 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: LeBron James Jr. is good at basketball

Last we saw LeBron James Jr., he was the subject of Thad Matta’s recruiting dreams. Today, we find the nine-year-old son of a four-time NBA MVP balling out in the 2014 Ronald Searles Holiday Classic in Houston. Watch as Bronnie shakes fools off the dribble, delivers no-look passes and puts some of that Kyrie Irving-like English on the ball to finish in the lane. I feel like we’ll...
Via Waiting For Next Year
December 22, 2014  |  Discuss

LeBron James Does Ice Bucket Challenge, Nominates President Obama (Video)

LeBron James is the latest athlete to accept the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, but he put a slightly different twist on the movement. James performed his challenge from out on the water, and called out President Barack Obama as well as his two sons, LeBron James Jr. and Bryce Maximus James, as the next set of people to douse themselves with chilly water in an effort to raise money and...
August 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Photos: LeBron James Jr. Visits Kentucky, Tries On Championship Rings In John Calipari’s Office

The best basketball player in the world has a couple sons that are pretty good at the sport, too.  LeBron James Jr., the eldest of LeBron James’ two boys, is in Lexington this weekend for the KBA Summer Sizzler Basketball Tournament. James Jr., 9, plays for the Miami City Ballers. He and his team recently took a tour of Kentucky’s Joe Craft Center, including a visit inside...
Via College Spun
July 18, 2014  |  Discuss

LeBron James son catches black fin tuna in Instagram video

In case you wondering what Miami Heat star LeBron James and his family were up to today, they decided to go out onto the ocean to do a little bit of fishing. LeBron James Jr. had the catch of the day as shown in the below Instagram video when he reeled in a black fin tuna, much to the delight of his father: Nice Catch, LeBron Jr! *** James image courtesy of Getty Images
Via That NBA Lottery Pick
July 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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